The Harvest of Peace
Mark 4: 35-41
Jesus spoke to His disciples and said to them, let’s go to the other side. Knowingly or unknowingly to Jesus
(which doesn’t matter), the winds and the waters in the sea were stirred up against them so that the boat
began to sink and they were sore afraid. Yet in the midst of this the Master was deep asleep. The disciples
woke him in bid to request him engage with them in their rescue mission. Jesus had a different strategy
though…..He spoke. He rebuked the winds and spoke to the sea and there was great calm and peace.
As individuals, families, as a church and as a nation we are going through such turbulent times. We
desperately require that harvest of peace to calm the storms and quiet our path. Jesus’ is still rebuking us
today by His living Word….”Why are you afraid? Have you still no faith?….He’s in the boat
What will the righteous do when the foundations are shaken? (Psalms 11:3)…. We will call on the name of
the Lord because the name of the Lord is our strong tower that we can run to and we are saved (Prov
18:10). David’s song of during such a season says (Psalm 18) …..The Lord is my rock, and my fortress,
and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and
my high tower….
Put on the shoes of the good news of peace and let’s establish His peace here on earth as it is in